Monthly Archives: March 2015

Nice and Quiet

As I was walking by the bank I saw two robbers fleeing. My draw was slow, my aim, it stank, But they were not agreeing. As I walked o’er their bodies there A horse thief rode off yelling. I guess … Continue reading

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O, my love’s like a weeping willow (after Bobbie Burns)

O, my love’s like a weeping willow That sways upon the breeze, And yet she’s never weeping, Nor catches miseries. She lets all sorrow pass her by, She sways around, endearing; If lucky, I can catch her eye, And then … Continue reading

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The Beginning

He had fired good military men and paved the way for bad ones; he had cut military spending and made deals with the enemy; he had condemned the leader of an ally and shook hands with a supporter of terrorism; … Continue reading

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Practice Makes Perfect

Over the candlelight Jeff looked into the brown bold eyes of Juanita and, raising a cup of coffee, said, “To you, my love, to your love of truth, to your hard work and your un-surrendering spirit.” Her red lips gleamed … Continue reading

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Reflections

Over the candlelight he watched her flickering green-gray eyes as they took in his eyes of shimmering black/blue. The slightest of feathery airs set a-tremble a slender gold lock on her forehead and a thicker black one on his. With … Continue reading

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Nefer Forever!

On the island of Nefer lived a hundred people. They had lived there for five years, the survivors of a shipwreck. The island was quite nice for an island; it had a goodly portion of arable land, a plentiful mixture … Continue reading

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Song of the Individual

I am the sum total of my life, The inner core and outer boundary of my being, The start and the end of all I know, The whole meaning of me. None can lower or raise the special essence of … Continue reading

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